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Physical & Chemical properties

Stability in organic solvents and identity of relevant degradation products

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stability in organic solvents and identity of relevant degradation products
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study scientifically not necessary / other information available
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reference to other study

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Materials and methods

Results and discussion

Test substance stable:
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Applicant's summary and conclusion

Test material very stable in organic solvents; waiver appropriate.
Executive summary:

Stability In Organic Solvent

Justification For data Waiving (ECHA TGD ref 7.1.16)



From the compositional description and the structural formula given, it can be concluded that this substance 271 -877 -7 (EINECS) is stable in organic solvents. There are no functional groups or other structural alerts present that would indicate that this substance should be reactive or give rise to any instability under routine storage conditions or testing conditions in general. This substance is manufactured in hydrocarbon based (C/H) diluent oil, which is necessary to control viscosity during execution of the desired chemical reactions. This reality is furthermore confirmed by long term handling experience in addition to observations made during subsequent downstream formulating and blending operations where this substance is also observed to be very stable.


It should be noted that this substance is not completely soluble in some very polar low molecular weight organic solvents (egs. alcohols, esters, ketones, and ethers). However, this is not the result of substance instability, and no reactions between these solvents and the functional groups present in this substance would be expected.







Dr. Thomas F. Buckley III